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FOX News
Feb 23, 2013 1:00pm PST
doctor to give us all the dose of reality. former democratic presidential candidate howard dean. he also knows how to count. >> somebody has to tell the middle-class that either your taxes are going up or program is going to get cut or we're going into financial oblivion and nobody wants to tell them that. >> neil: there is the diagnosis. you want big government. you got to pay for big government and with more going out, yeah! the doctor's present scripting is right. just like doing it that is our dilemma we cut or we hike. what are you going to get? so to spen stein, charles payne, adam, charles payne speaks words of wisdom. >> 160 million americans feel the pain. it's interesting what howard dean had to say and what the "new york times" had to say they are trying to get the rest of the country and we're going out for rich bastards that took the money but you are going to have to chip in because we're going to have a giant society with all kind of goodies and it' going to be everything. just wear spandex uniform. [ laughter ] >> neil: i would have remembered the spandex thing. dagen? >>
FOX Business
Feb 24, 2013 8:30am EST
everybody, i am'm neil cavuto and leave it to a doctor to give us a dose of reality. and howard dean knows how to scream and apparently he knows how to count. >> somebody has to till the middle class either your taxes are going up or programs are going to get cut or we're going into financial oblivion and nobody really wants to tell them that. >> nobody, there's the diagnosis, you want big government, you've got to pay for big government and with more than a triion cks going out than coming in, yea! the doctor's prescription is right. i know it's poor, i just like doing it. and that's our dilemma, we cut or hike, what are you going to get? to ben stein, charles payne, to dagen mcdowell, to adam lashinsky, and charles payne speaks words of wisdom. >> listen, we've got hiked. 116 million americans feeling that pain and i think the point is it's interesting between what howard dean has to say and what the new york times has to stay this week is that they're trying, i guess, to get the rest of the country to know, listen, we're going after those rich bastards who somehow nefariously took
FOX Business
Feb 3, 2013 1:30am EST
don't think anybody -- any of us knows what's going to come out on the other side of this because the numbers are going to be crazy. >> go ahead, adam. take another shot. >> my good friends are precontinueding like this is a pta meeting and that there was a provision for a bake sale next thursday. it is far more complicated than that and gary, here is the upshot, 30 million more americans are going to have health insurance. that's what the legislation was about. it is not perfect. >> by the way, adam, do you think it will save money. >> yes. >> the savings were insane. like $100 billion over ten years. >> how could it save money when there is all these exemptions? how can it pay for itself when -- >> be real nice, char lyrics the number within goal is to get more americans with health insurance -- >> that is the rub. >> dagen, you also talked about charlie's kids coming out of school. there are people who actually thought that they would be exempt from certain things. why we built this gigantic welfare society. the fact is, unions are just the latest to find out, guess what, you got t
FOX News
Feb 9, 2013 10:30am EST
. homicide detective and we've got to leave it there for now, but i know you'll keep us up-to-date what's going on in this case. >> yeah. >> kelly: we're going to leave it there and have some breaking news right now. learning that new york governor andrew cuomo is holding a news conference as we speak about the severe weather that new york and other states have encountered. let's listen right now. >> he's going to receive help from companies all across the state. and we are deploying several hundred plows to the area right now. i spoke with new york city mayor mike bloomberg about the city. and the city is in a stable condition, so, mayor bloomberg is also going to be sending resources to suffolk county and we thank you for that, and nassau county executive and the neighboring counties, going to be sending resources. he so there will be additional equipment and personnel en route to suffolk as we speak and equipment coming from other parts of the state, also. this state had consequences, but nothing like our neighboring states. the state of connecticut, the situation was worse and the sit
FOX Business
Feb 10, 2013 1:30am EST
us, that that's the reason why, and we're living in a nation in decline. >> hold on one second. >> hey, i love you like mad, but the fastest we've had in the country is during world war ii when taxes were dramatically, fantastically higher than they are now. higher taxes are not automatically correlated with the-- >> i'm sorry, but-- >> guys, hold on one second, ben, i want to say something to that, that's brought up all the time. have you ever looked at the percentage of the population that was paying that high rate? it would be, if you adjusted for inflation, it'd be someone making 3.6 million dollars now. it's sort of an farce to say we have high tax rates in the past and it worked. at what level, ben, do you personally say ouch. okay for the government to take 60, 70, 80, 90% of what you earn. >> wait a second during world war ii even wage earners were paying taxes 30% and taxes were much higher for everyone, so, i'd say ouch right now. i mean, when i pay my taxes, it's breath taking how much i pay. but i'm afraid they have to be even higher if we're going to balance the bu
FOX News
Feb 16, 2013 10:30am EST
the packaging used usually to-go. and charles says the ban has to go. >> you get something with gravy on it, put it in paper? and hopefully don't have far to go. i don't think the president-- i'm sorry, the president -- mayor bloomberg understands little people. all the little ma and pa stores in the bronx and the city that just the inventory change alone could break their backs, but it's nuts, so imperial to me. >> neil: what do you make of it, adam? >> well, 20 years ago i covered the story when mcdonald did away with the polly styrene clamshell. they went to a product not as good, but they and their customers survived and i expect you new yorkers will survive this ban as well. >> neil: dpchgerri. >> there's a money angle, in the house they banned styrofoam and costs went through the roof. and the bodegas on 6th and 48th and 47th can't afford to make this change, it's ridiculous. >> i started his soft drink move because, well, because we have socialized medicine in new york and if you're going to have socialized medicine you get to control what people, the poison that people put in
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2013 8:30am EST
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